Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

The CoatFrench web series The Coat, a post-apocalyptic drama, will make its head to the international content market MIPTV as part of the Content 360 cross-platfrom competition. The 12-episode series, all in French, is created by Mathieu Cailliere, Benoit Lamouche and Sebastien Petitjean. Seven episodes have been shot and are available for viewing on the show’s site, with five more slated for production. [WorldScreen.com]

The AP (Associated Press) is launching its own web seriesBeyond the Medal—starting February 12 at the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. It will push out the daily series, hosted by Jesse Csincsak to some 900 of its paying partner sites as well as its own ad-supported hub for the Games: wintergames.ap.org. [Mediaweek]

Atom.com is hiring a full-time Marketing Manager to work out of its Santa Monica, CA headquarters and help build brand awareness and social media strategy. A “deep familiarity with the web video industry” is required, and if you’re reading this here, it’s a good sign you stand a chance. Apply here: [Tubefilter New Media Job Board]

Revision3 put out its latest numbers this week, announcning it had served up over 1.5 Billion minutes of video in 2009, a stat they look at closer than the 70 million views that came with those minutes served. In terms of revenue, the internet TV network said it grew revenue 30% over the year, with the average ad deal for its shows up 50% from advertisers including new sponsors Klondike, Ford, Adidas, Coors, Patron, Nokia and Panasonic. [Revision3 press release]

Break.com officially outdid themselves from last year, completing a massively larger “Big Game Snack Food Stadium,” which is made up of a whoopping 110,428 calories of football game junk food. The making-of video (below) shows the caloric monstrosity coming together piece by piece. Who got to uh, dismantle, it? [Break.com]

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More Superbowl videos, as Comedy.com put out a definitive list of their “50 Funniest Super Bowl Commercials Of All Time.” They, like many Americans, are enthralled by those talking E*TRADE babies. Cute, but we thought #36, Cadbury’s dancing eyebrows (below) should have been higher. Robbed! [Comedy.com]

Funny or Die claims to have video documentation of the origins of the phrase “That’s What She Said” in a new video out (below) with Tom Lennon and a woman that looks a lot like Megan Mullally. [Funny or Die]

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